When the Chips are Down, Encouragement Goes a Long Way

Written by Denise Hall

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The sincerity and personal connect-ability of your writing is most refreshing, and admirable. You have a lot of talent and great instincts.

You are going to go very far indeed. I feel this in my heart and soul, as well as know it in my head. Keep it up. You've got what it takes.

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Needless to say, I immediately e-mailed him a VERY grateful thank you message! As it turns out, he's a professional writer! I am EXTREMELY humbled, indeed!

Do you see what I'm getting at? Words like these are what keep us going! Whenever someone pays us a compliment it tells us we're doing a good job. It says, "Hey, don't get discouraged. You're doing just fine. Keep uprepparttar 117311 good work!"

So when you're having a bad day, dig out those encouraging words. Read them, think about them and BELIEVE them.

Pick yourself up and dust yourself off. Get back on your feet and KNOW that you really can make it work! Remember that others believe in you and don't ever stop believing in yourself!

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Thanks to ALL of you who have complimented my work! I really appreciate it and I hope you continue to enjoy it. ALL of YOU are what keep me going!

Denise Hall is the owner of Home Business on a Budget which specializes in tools and resources for your home business needs. Visit http://www.home-business-on-a-budget.com today. Get weekly articles, tips, information and resources here: http://tinyurl.com/4f9k8

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How to Get Your Talent Online and Earning Income

Written by Lorene Radenz

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Have a Business Plan

First of all, make a list of allrepparttar goods or services you want to provide. This can be a short list that you can add to later. Know who your potential customers are and how you will reach them. Know what your goals are and don't get sidetracked until you're satisfied in your accomplishments, then you can move on torepparttar 117310 next. Too many projects going on will leave another area lacking. Learn step by step and stay withrepparttar 117311 plan.

Set up a budget and stick to it. This will include any materials, software, web hosting, and marketing. When setting this up, do research on what is available and how much it will cost. Where else but online can you set up a business for such little cost?

Burnrepparttar 117312 Midnight Oil

If you're working now, don't quit your day job just yet. It takes time and patience to establish an online presence and you still need your job to payrepparttar 117313 bills and any expenses your online business incurs. Keep learning about things you're interested in so when your first business takes off, you can open up another and create multiple streams of income.

With every new avenue of income, you gain security. Ifrepparttar 117314 market changes and one venture isn't earning yourepparttar 117315 income it used to, then you will have another to fall back on. Keep updated on trends current and marketing. These rapidly change. What's hot and what works one day may be outdated and ineffectiverepparttar 117316 next.

Don't Give Up

Your internet business will start off slow so have patience. If you stick with your plan and nurture it, you will begin earning trust fromrepparttar 117317 online community andrepparttar 117318 money will start coming in. Don't be afraid of failing, everyone has that fear when they just start out and not everything works. It's NOT taking any action that will get you nowhere.

Lorene Radenz is the owner of http://www.ibizedge.com Your All-In-One Resource Guide for Online Business, providing ideas, resources and webmaster tools for entrepreneurs.

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